Dan Kirkpatrick, a clinical instructor at the Wright State–Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health, was recently elected president of the Ohio Nurses Association.
College of Nursing & Health News
The Ohio State University, Wright State University and nine other Ohio colleges and universities will share a $3.5 million National Science Foundation grant over the next five years...
Social and political activist Paul Loeb will give a talk on “Community Service and Change” in the Wright State Student Union on Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Rufus Smith, a retired Brigadier General from the Ohio National Guard, takes the helm this week of the university’s medical preparedness and disaster training program...
People interested in working as nurse aides can now receive training in a new program offered by The Nursing Institute at Wright State University.
The Nursing Institute at Wright State University offered some fun [and educational] experiments and presentations to 34 of the 1800 students who came to Wright State University for the tournament, plus some accompanying parents.
Harriet Knowles, RN, MSN, Director of the Nursing Institute, came in wearing her original white uniform and cap.
Wright State University honored more than 2,000 graduates during its spring 2013 commencement ceremony April 27 in the Wright State Nutter Center.
Wright State University held its 77th commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 27, in the Wright State Nutter Center.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Wright State University’s online Master of Nursing degree as among the best online graduate education programs in the nation.
Former Wright State social work student Rebecca Holtkamp and nursing student Karen Herzing were part of the program.
Alan Dine’s research career began with an internal medicine physician studying cardiac function measurement using echo, Doppler, and EKG.
At all levels of their education, Wright State nursing students use high-tech simulators to practice caring for patients.
As new dean Rosalie O’Dell Mainous steers the College of Nursing and Health, she has one simple goal in mind.
Forty-seven senior students and faculty from the College of Nursing and Health a health fair at Sinclair Community College.
Working closely with the U.S. Air Force, Wright State has developed the nation’s first master’s program focused on flight and disaster nursing.
Wright State blood pressure study improves treatment for elderly residents in rural Ohio.
Several hundred high school and college students interested in pursuing careers as doctors, nurses, veterinarians or other health professions converged...
Campus Life News
Morgan Ruppert had devoted a few minutes to unsuccessfully attempting to inflate a round blue pool float when she realized a small hole in the ring had been negating her efforts.
Festive, colorfully wrapped barrels are popping up around the Dayton campus as part of the annual Christmas for Kids toy drive.
Wright State University President David R. Hopkins and his wife, Angelia, are chairing the 35th Annual United Rehabilitation Services (URS) Telethon...
Wright State hosted Giving Tuesday and kicked off the Fund4WrightState campaign to raise enough money to fund full tuition for four students.
Excerpt Thanks to Wright State University’s LEAP program, students from throughout the world are sharing their cultures — and their cuisine — with others in the Miami Valley. LEAP stands for Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes. One of …
I think that for a lot of people, going through the gate on Pennsylvania Avenue is when the significance of their work first hits them.
For the first time in the Dayton area, students are being invited to participate in a public professional pledge similar to those taken by CFA Charter holders, law students, medical students and others.
First came Black Friday. Then there was Cyber Monday. Have you heard of Giving Tuesday?
Wright State University students who can’t make it home for Thanksgiving will again be able to eat a home-cooked meal on campus this holiday.
Once again, the College of Liberal Arts will soon add another splash of color to Wright State’s pallet.